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Articles Tagged "junior miners"
INN Senior Editor Andrew Topf spoke with Patricia Mohr, commodities analyst at Scotiabank, about the outlook for a selection of mined commodities.
Chromium – Billions of investment dollars are headed for Ontario’s Ring of Fire — and projects held by two small companies.
In an interview with Resource Investing News, the bourse's president stressed communication and flexibility in dealing with the sector's struggles, but disputed predictions of a looming shakeout.
With the TSX Venture Exchange continuing to decline, many investors are wondering whether they should sell, hold on for the next rise or buy to take advantage of low prices. Here are the opinions of leading experts Rick Rule, Lawrence Roulston and Mickey Fulp.
Graphite – The graphite mining sector is saturated with competing junior companies, meaning that those who have developed strategic, long-term partnerships with industrial end users will have a crucial advantage.
Gold – The Gold Report reported that although junior miners are facing funding challenges and a general sense of market pessimism, this downturn is cyclical and market fundamentals will prop the industry up and push it forward.
Andrew Topf, INN senior editor, spoke with Mickey Fulp of MercenaryGeologist.com at PDAC 2013.
INN Senior Editor Andrew Topf spoke with Lawrence Roulston, editor of the Resource Opportunities investment newsletter, at the recent PDAC 2013 conference in Toronto.
Gold – Junior and majors have gotten themselves into a bind, but there are still opportunities. And many are cheap.